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I'm honored and thrilled to be a vendor at the Brooklyn Lyceum Food and Craft Market on May 1 & 2. I've been perusing the shops and blogs of all of the vendors who will be there, and it makes me giddy. Oh! My! The next month will be filled with cutting old barn boards, printing, and making lots and lots of story stones. I'll be a busy bee.

:: little bits ::

Ariana introduced me to this lovely little shop that sells basic cotton wear for babies and kids. I'm quite fond of the sage and avocado colors, and I'm dreaming about one of the tunic dresses in sage for myself. In the meantime, I think I'll get one for Chick. Does anyone have suggestions for nice cotton basics for big people?

Emily from Tea & Laundry is one of my favorite new blogs to keep up with. Her peppy posts make me smile, and our uncanny similarities make the big blog world feel a little more intimate. Isn't her little umbrella notebook nifty?

I recently discovered Feed Your Soul : The Free Art Project on Indie Fixx, and I'm hooked. Check out this print from Asja BoroŇ°. I love how she balances muted gray with a few bold, bright colors, and her shapes are just perfectly quirky.

xo e

3 comments:

  1. Oh, how exciting about the fair! Wonderful! We used to carry this line in my shop and now they have some pieces for women! I have been eyeing this tunic myself::
    http://www.katequinnorganics.com/eshop/cart.php?target=product&product_id=589&category_id=68
    I think it would look quite darling on you!
    Happy weekending!
    Love, a

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  2. Did you see yourself on the front page? :)

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/emilyiafrate/4477970828/

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  3. Oh my goodness! We will come and show our love (baby's arrival might screw that up, but we'll certainly try....)

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